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  • Procurement – The Ideal Candidate for Operational Transformation?



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    September 19th, 2017

    Every company pours a great deal of research, analysis, and resources into transforming their organization, asking themselves strategic questions: How can we accelerate our growth? How can we increase revenues XX%? How can we gain market share in our industry? Examine your operational support roles to ask: Are we getting the most out of our procurement organization?

    John Wieser, MSS Business Transformation Advisory Sr. Consultant, details how the procurement function must fundamentally change with the growth of the organization to be either a decentralized, centralized, or blended procurement organization. Signals for change are easy to see. In decentralized organizations, a signal for change could include low workloads for the procurement function related individuals, while in centralized organizations, procurement processes are cumbersome and slow to operations and managers. John analyzes the different factors to determine the best type of procurement organization for your company strategy. Restructuring and transforming your organization to be as efficient as possible leads to dramatic benefits.

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